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We all know that children love to play. A fitrah (an inborn natural predisposition) that we cannot deny. They can be visual but most are tactile/kinaesthetic learners. 375 more words

Pretend Play

Nap Time Crafts - Mini Market Shopping Bag

My Little Button is really into shopping at the moment. When she’s at home she likes to fill up little paper bags with objects and then show me what she ‘bought’ at the shops. 312 more words

Craft

Princess Unit: Elsa and Ana's Animal Friends

As I mentioned before, for Miss Independent to stay engaged, her lessons must have purpose. I have been trying to figure out how to do science “units” with her so that we can have a focal point for her studies. 959 more words

Homeschool

"Let's Pretend You Are the Autistic One"

(A note on Emma’s post.  Because this is a fictitious dialogue that Emma wrote, for clarity’s sake, I asked her if it was okay to put the Autistic person’s words and thoughts in italics and the non autistic’s words in quotation marks.   235 more words

Autism

28 Days of Play

Play and the Generation Gap

What I remember about my mother is this: she was there. She was there for band-aids and kisses and snacks. She would help us build tents in the backyard where we would hoard stacks of books, and she would pull down the trunk of old baby clothes from a high shelf so I could dress my dolls. 112 more words

Parenthood

Camping at Home

The sun is finally out today, but it is still cold, wet and windy. We tried to go to the forest preserve close to our house, but E soon asked to go home. 151 more words

Parenting

Day 103: Drawing a Day

This is my son’s pretend world of a Duplo family of a couple and their dog going on road trips across subway stations or cities or even countries across the oceans. 14 more words

Drawing